Plough

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Synonyms for Plough

plough into something or someone

Synonyms

  • plunge into
  • crash into
  • smash into
  • career into
  • shove into
  • hurtle into
  • bulldoze into

Synonyms for Plough

a group of seven bright stars in the constellation Ursa Major

a farm tool having one or more heavy blades to break the soil and cut a furrow prior to sowing

move in a way resembling that of a plow cutting into or going through the soil

Synonyms

to break and turn over earth especially with a plow

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A fight over who was the best plougher in the land was the very reason the event was launched 84 years ago.
The title of champion plougher went to Henry Taylor of Clitheroe.
WE'RE ALL A BOARD: Neil Fleming makes the best of the weather in Strathdon; PLOUGHER CUT: Workers clear the road at Mossat in Aberdeenshire
In the course of conversation they were wondering were the Kildare men better ploughers than the Wexford men.
These supervisors gave ploughers the green light to not tackle the storm aggressively.
It was an idyllic scene at Clyttir Farm as Shire horse ploughers Wyn and Netta Rowlands are surrounded by scores of vintage tractors Picture: ROBERT PARRY-JONES
The veterans of the farm, Edwin and Oswin, have been at Bede's World, near Jarrow, for 10 years and have become proficient ploughers, having been built up into the bodybuilders of the oxen world.
Under this arrangement the earth is easily conquered by this mighty army of ploughers, who move forward to the music of rattling machines and the tramp of horses.